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@juicyorange: Thanks! :)
@feberin: Thanks for the suggestions! The Green Mountain prefolds are actually what I was looking at.
Thanks for all of the suggestions so far, I'll go through them with my husband. I also adjusted my "rules" in my original post, which will hopefully make this easier! I'm not necessarily opposed to a...
We are currently searching for a Quentin combo that we love just as much as we love the first name Quentin.
The middle name:
-- should have 3 or more syllables (our last name is 2 syllables, as...
October 30th, 2013, 02:29 PM
I like almost all of the names on the list, but Eyelet did make me chuckle a little. One that especially struck me that I don't hear, even on NB, is Clive. Sounds very manly, though possibly a little...
Thanks again for all of the great advice! I've updated my previous comment with my list. :)
Thanks everyone for the great advice so far! (And cvdutch for posting that link! I haven't had time to go through it yet, but I definitely will.)
So far, this is what it seems would work well for...
I haven't been on Nameberry too much recently, because I've been a little preoccupied with some pretty big life changes: we're moving out of state in a week, aaand I just found out I'm pregnant! To...
October 22nd, 2013, 01:24 PM
I really like Fox Theodore! It has a really nice flow and sound. I do think Theodore Fox also sounds nice, and would go with Ivan Eli a little better. Dexter Linus I think sounds a little choppy.
October 22nd, 2013, 12:34 PM
I don't think the two of you are close enough to warrant having to ask for permission, especially since it wouldn't even be quite the same name, and it's one that's fairly popular anyway.
@ashleyjuliette: I like Gemma and Amelie, but I'm worried that they might sound too "international" compared to Quentin. I'm probably just being too picky haha
@axps123: Unfortunately, Celia would...
I agree with Mischa. My second choice would be Norah, because Alessandra and Alexandria are wayy too close to Ava Alexandra.
Thanks for all of the suggestions so far!
@skyesime98: Althea and Isidora are nice, but not quite our style. I do like the idea of some cute nicknames, though. :)
@tori101: I really like the...
Now that I've realized how much I like Quentin as a choice for a boy, I'd love to hear suggestions on what names you think would make a great sibset with him!
To give some ideas of what I like, I...
October 21st, 2013, 03:31 PM
It's beautiful! So classy yet still slightly quirky with the unexpected month name.
The only possible negative that I can see is that March and your last name both start with M, but I really don't...
I definitely think it's usable! It's not quite so unusual any more, because of the book character, and it has characteristics similar to other, more common names, which I think makes it seem less...
October 21st, 2013, 02:12 PM
I don't think Elliot/Elliott makes a good girl name. It is a boy name. There's a big difference between a cute girl name and a soft sounding boy name.
Thank you all for the feedback! I'm definitely adding Quentin to our list. :)
@axps123: I love Q as a nickname!
Sophie -- though prefer Sophia nn Sophie
October 19th, 2013, 09:48 PM
I am ninthing (or something) Rowan Winter! I actually think the wan-win makes the combo sound very charming. I love it!
Linus William sounds fine to me. It's not the most incredible combo I've ever heard, but I do think it's handsome. I can't really think of any other options for a boy.
October 19th, 2013, 09:35 PM
Walden is such a nice, subtly nature-ish name!
I really dislike Rook, Stone, Escher, and Ship. They are too much "word" and too little "name" for me. Gade and Shel I have never heard of.. I'm not...
I agree, I just meant that if people saw Quinn on a resume, for example, they might not know immediately whether he/she was a boy or a girl. Which is something that I'd like to avoid (for both...
October 19th, 2013, 07:58 PM
I agree with this. (I do love Buffy, though!)
I agree with everyone else that it's pretty masculine either way. I prefer the Linden spelling.
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